Extreme Rescue Dogs, Paralyzed dogs, Trauma surgery

UNBEARABLE CRUELTY: DICKENS, EATEN ALIVE BY MAGGOTS!!


IMG_3119

THIS IS A CRITICAL POST… DICKENS NEEDS YOUR HELP!! PLEASE SHARE AFTER READING!!

Just when we thought we had seen it all, a new case appears that shakes us to our core.
We don´t know how, and who did this to him, but we were totally shocked to find him, paralyzed, crawling along the road, crying, leaving behind a trail of twisting flesh-eating maggots.

Dickens was being eaten alive by thousands of them. The larva, feeding on his flesh and delivering a slow and excruciatingly painful death.

Please watch Dicken´s video… no words can describe his condition… It has to be seen…

We don´t know how long Dickens has been in this condition and how long he would have been able to survived while being eaten alive by the larvae.

Dicken´s back has been broken, probably for weeks. He has no deep sensitivity, no feelings on his legs.

The Neurologist insists Dickens should be euthanised because he will never be able to walk again and who would care to adopt a paralyzed dog?

IMG_3122

Luckily for our animals, this rescue is not being run by a neurologist. Luckily for our animals, our approach is different. If Dicken´s is not able to walk again he will use a wheelchair, but he´s not going to die after the atrocious hell he´s gone through!

Our medical team is working hard to control the myasis (larva infection). They are everywhere, inside him, in tunnels burrowed under his skin, everywhere, His condition is absolutely heartbreaking…

IMG_3121

Dickens will never walk again… but that doesn´t mean he should die.

WE ARE GOING TO NEED YOUR FULL HELP TO SAVE HIM.. PLEASE DONATE, HELP US SAVE DICKEN´S LIFE…




 

 

After his treatment Dickens is going to need an amazing home, a home that understands and accepts the challenges of dealing with a paralyzed animal. Please write to me on v.larkhill@gmail.com if you believe you are that family.

PLEASE SHARE THIS POST, HELP DICKENS CAN FIND HIS PERFECT FAMILY…

P.S. Visit our Facebook Page and follow our work at Viktor Larkhill: Extreme Rescue

3 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *